A coat hanger starts to walk, chairs and a table slide and slip away, while a wall opens up to reveal a pair of dancers, and a dress suddenly takes on a life of its own. Using ethereal imagery and unpredictable props, this enchanting piece of physical theatre blends the wonderful with the strange. Neither logic, reason nor seriousness has a voice as Aurelia Thierrée and dancer Jaime Martinez guide you through a story which combines surreal humour and a sense of magic.
Directed by Victoria Thierrée Chaplin, Bells and Spells returns to The Coronet Theatre for its London premiere after a work in progress sharing during the Coronet International Festival in 2017.
The show is original and wonderful in its own right
A peculiar theatrical magic